- Cardi B took to her Instagram on March 23 to recommend some Taiwanese desserts, suggesting they’re what leads to longevity among Asians.
- “Meet Fresh from UCLA got really good milk tea, bubble tea, and I love the skinny packaging,” she said in an Instagram story.
- “That’s why these Asian motherf*ckers, they live long,” the Grammy Award-winning artist said while referring to a tofu pudding snack. “Why would they be reaching like 140 years old? Because… they don’t really use a lot of sugar!”
- Over the years, Cardi B has documented herself sampling several Asian snacks on social media, much to the entertainment of her fans.
Cardi B believes she may have found the secret to Asian longevity in the form of low-sugar desserts, such as tofu pudding.
The 29-year-old rapper and songwriter, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar Cephus, shared an Instagram story on March 23 praising her order of Taiwanese desserts from Meet Fresh, including one of the tofu pudding items.
Cardi B interpretation of ‘Squid Game’ song is accused of being ‘dehumanizing and othering’ to Asians
Cardi B is the latest celebrity facing accusations of anti-Asian racism after a video of her singing a Korean song from one of the games in the show “Squid Game” has gone viral on TikTok.
The video: The 29-year-old rapper is heard making unintelligible sounds while singing along to the creepy doll robot in the game known in the U.S. as “Red Light, Green Light.”
Rapper Cardi B sparked outrage after imitating a Hindu goddess for the cover of Footwear News magazine while promoting her Reebok sneaker line.
Cardi B, 28, posed as the multi-limb Goddess Durga while holding the Reebok sneaker she is promoting, according to The Hindu.
Artist Cardi B recently shot back at critics after getting blasted for using “chinky eyes” in describing her sister’s eyes.
The 27-year-old rapper posted an image of her 2-year-old daughter, Kulture, on Instagram, writing: “So, this how [Kulture] finna look? I love it.”
On September 24, the Grammy award-winning rapper posted a video of herself eating the flesh from a chicken foot. And it seemed like she was really enjoying the delicacy.
Rapper Cardi B just had a bunch of Asian snacks and shared her thoughts about them on her Instagram account.
Jenny Bui, also known as the “Queen of Bling,” revealed some of her more fascinating life stories, including traumatic events during her childhood in Cambodia when the Khmer Rouge took over.
Bui was born in Cambodia in the late 1970s to a father who was a cook and a mother who was a soda street vendor. She had eight siblings.
While Cardi B’s performance at the Grammys on Sunday was an absolute delight to watch, it was her pianist who has taken the Twitterverse by storm.
Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this post mistakenly used an image of Cardi B’s sister, Hennessy Carolina, in the feature image. We have corrected the image and apologize for the mistake.
Cardi B has come under fire for her now deleted tweet with racist connotations regarding Kim Jong Un.